Exactly! Every time I see these threads about how the results are terrible for XYZ term and Google is out to get them... you realize Google looks at the dataset as a whole. If they can roll out a change that improves the index by 1%, it's a great addition. We are not at the point where you can say every Google query will be perfect. But we can say on the whole, the index is getting better. As proven by their analysis and metrics. There will always be outliers, and with Google it could be a huge number due to the reach it has. Be careful of confirmation bias.